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2019 SCU Graduates

Investing in the Long View

“Impact” is one of Silicon Valley’s favorite buzzwords, and evaluating programmatic outcomes has become a crucial aspect of assessing the success of a university. While the Ignatian Center is deeply committed to evaluating the success of our programs, we also recognize that the impact of some life experiences may not be measurable or immediately obvious - neighborliness, wisdom, and magnanimity, for example - but are perhaps the most meaningful.

At the Ignatian Center, we take the long view, forever interested in who our students become and the direction in which their lives tend. It is humbling to see the impact that the Center’s programs have had on students, both in their college years and in that tender time following graduation, as they begin to make their way in the world. Our work is a serious investment in the impact that the students involved in our programs will make over a lifetime. All the signs indicate that this investment is already bearing fruit - here, there, and everywhere.

Rev. Dorian Llywelyn, S.J.
Executive Director

Dorian Llywelyn, SJ

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Ciara Moezidis
Ciara Moezidis ‘21, ASG Senator and 2018 Jean Donovan Fellow, strives to emulate the best of the #BodyPosi movement with the #BroncoPosi campaign. #BroncoPosi's purpose is to encourage love, promote positivity, and increase solidarity among all groups, addressing the many stigmas and stereotypes that minority groups face on campus.
Learn more about Ciara and #BroncoPosi
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Ricky Matthews '19

Class of 2019 Ignatian Center Superstars

This past month, SCU and the Ignatian Center said goodbye to some SUPERSTAR students. From Fulbright Scholarships to the Nobili Medal to the Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, S.J. Award, these graduating seniors exemplify the ideals of Jesuit education, especially being a "whole person of solidarity in the real world."
Read about these Superstars

Srisruthi Ramesh '17

Building a Life Disconnected from Home

Excitement, gratitude, sadness and nerves - all the feelings Sri Ramesh '17 carries with her as she embarks on a 10-month AIF Clinton Fellowship in Puducherry, India. Although eager to escape the stress of Silicon Valley culture and return to the location of her 2016 Jean Donovan Fellowship, she recognizes the bittersweet possibility that her life may never be quite the same when she returns. Read Sri's Blog


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